Small Groups

Do you feel plugged in at church?  Do you know the people who worship with you each Sunday?  Do you want to become more involved but don’t know where to start?  Then Small Groups are a good place to begin.  Whether you wish to lead one or participate in one, these events offer you a chance to become more involved with the Arlington Church Family.

Currently, we have 11 small groups that meet regularly throughout the week.  Small groups are one of the most important aspects of our spiritual life because they allow us to grow closer together as a family of God.  They encourage us to study the Bible and challenge one another, pray together, get to know those we attend with, and share in our struggles and successes.  We hope that you will take a look at what is currently being offered and be inspired to either attend a group or begin a new one.

Should you have any questions about this area of our worship, please use the CONTACT US link above.  We will respond as quickly as possible.


Sunday Groups

Kingstown Small Group – Sunday, 5:00 pm

Different families around the Kingstown/Rose Hill area will host these meetings each week.  This small group studies various Christian topics–both biblical and topical–and is also led by different individuals each time.  Kids are welcome to this group.
Contact person: David Nesbitt (nezhead@gmail.com) or Devin Smith (d.radford.smith@gmail.com)

Burgess/Barbour Small Group – Sunday, 6:00 p.m.

This group, open and diverse in membership, studies and discusses the Bible to build and reinforce Christian community among members.
Contact person: Robert Younger

Sundays @ 5 – Sunday, 5:00 p.m.

The curriculum utilized by the group varies, but most often centers around a book or biblically based study guide. The format for the group includes an emphasis on discussion, group involvement and prayer – with a portion of the time allotted to sharing prayer re- quests. The group is open to all and our hope is to continue building a supportive community environment for a diverse mixture of folks from all stages of life. Contact person: April Barbour.

Taylor Small Group – Sunday, 6:00 p.m.

This group is open to everyone and focuses on building stronger relationships between members through fellowship, prayer and Bible study.  Kids are welcome to the group.
Contact person: Robin and Justin Taylor


Weekly Groups

Women’s Bible Study – Tuesday Mornings, 10:30 a.m.

If you have Tuesday mornings available, please come and join this group.  For more information, please CONTACT US or see Claudia.
Contact person: Claudia Randolph

Christ Centered Yoga – Wednesday Evening, 6:30 p.m.

For information about this group please contact Bath Barns.

Day 4 (Wednesday Evening), 7:30 p.m.

The Fall study for this group will focus on Genesis 1-11. Join us as we dive into the world of the ancient near east to help us see these stories in a different light. Rather than dragging the texts kicking and screaming into 2019, we will be placing ourselves into the world of the texts.
Contact person: Chess Cavitt

Young Adult Small Group – Wednesday Evenings @ 7 p.m.

This group is for young professionals, both singles and couples, looking to connect and build friendships with people at a similar stage of life. We meet weekly for fellowship and a spiritually-focused discussion.  Because of busy schedules we also rotate our location monthly, but do stay in the Courthouse area.  Please get in touch with one of our contact people for details.
Contact person: Drew Burgett (drewburgett@gmail.com) or Kaitlyn Mesecher (kkfaith45@gmail.com)


Monthly Groups

Monthly Reading Circle – Usually the Second Tuesday of the Month, 7:00 p.m.

Members of this group select, read separately and then discuss together books about spiritual matters. The group’s membership is more fluid than other groups, and most of its members also participate in weekly small groups. They meet by appointment.
Contact person: Lloyd Randolph

Friday 1st Fellowship and Study – Every First Friday of the Month, 7:00 p.m. (Except Holiday Weekends)

Do you want to learn God’s Word and grow as a disciple of Christ?  Personal growth in Christ does not happen in isolation or in a vacuum.  Friday 1st Brown Bag Study Group offers an opportunity to be a part of a community within a community where all of us embrace the sufficiency of God’s word.

For one hour, once a month, please join us with your “brown bag” to eat and your hungry heart to receive.  Together we’ll enjoy studying God’s word, His story, and encouraging one another.

This meeting is open to all.  For more information, contact Ray or Vanessa Hall at fellowship123study@gmail.com